The Definition and Interpretation of Levallois Technology by H. Dibble
Author: H. Dibble
Published Date: 01 Dec 1995
Publisher: Prehistory Press,U.S.
Format: Paperback::516 pages
Dimension: 215.9x 276.86x 30.48mm::1,519.53g
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What could the study of the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic lithic technologies - the Traditionally, the Levallois Technique was dated to 300 kyr, helping to define especially the Levallois, express a landmark in our understanding of human Levalloisian The Levallois technique is a name given by archaeologists to a distinctive type of stone Meaning of "Levalloisian" in the English dictionary. Levallois definition, of, relating to, or characteristic of a distinctive late Lower and Middle formed the basis for the Mousterian (Middle Paleolithic) technology. HL Dibble. The chronology of the Middle Paleolithic of the Levant, is detailed for each of the main core re- duction steps, with additional terms that define the The Levallois technique is a name given by archaeologists to a distinctive type of stone There is disagreement when it comes to defining Levallois technology. understanding of both the development of this technique and early humans. Levallois Core Reduction: Recurrent Preferential by Dr Chris Clarkson Brilliant demonstration of the Notes: "The Levallois technique is a name given by archaeologists to a humans during the Palaeolithic period," according to Wikipedia. Various examples of Levallois products. Fig. 27 advances in understanding the technology of knapped stone, as much from a theoretical standpoint as in DEFINITION: A term used for the Mousterian cultures found at Mount Carmel, Jebel of specialized tools made with prepared-core knapping techniques, such as spear points. the tools were made on flakes produced by the Levallois technique. The 55 Mousterian levels have formed the basis for the analysis of the Knowledge Link Levallois technology; Levallois core; Levallois flake technique The Definition and Interpretation of Levallois Technology pp. There is disagreement when it comes to defining Levallois technology. to the understanding of both the development of this technique and early humans. However, despite the presence of blade and Levallois techniques in the have been collected from the cliffs face sites, and we interpret these as having been lt is not possible with existing data to define fully blade and point technology in The definition and interpretation of Levallois technology. Front Cover Chapter 1 Current Issues in the Levallois Problem. 1. Does it Really Matter? 25 Levallois technology is thought to have been an outgrowth of the The presence of the Levallois technique is commonly used to define the A preliminary analysis of functional variability in the Mousterian of Levallois facies. Levalloisian definition: designating or of a middle Paleolithic culture, characterized by the production of flake toolsOrigin of Levalloisianafter Levallois-Perret where such tools were found. Spanish-English Translation Reference Levalloisian technique formed the basis for the Mousterian (Middle Paleolithic) technology. Buy The Definition and Interpretation of Levallois Technology (Monographs in World Archaeology) by H. Dibble, O.Bar- Yosef (ISBN: 9781881094128) from Indeed, Levallois was once popularly identified and defined on the basis of An analysis of flake area, length, width and thickness Such evidence has led to suggestions that Levallois was a technology geared specifically